Character Customization Will Evolve down 'to a Tee' in PUBG

Character Customization Will Evolve down 'to a Tee' in PUBG

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is now accepting applications for custom games access for esports and tournament play. "Soon, you will be able to design your character to a tee". Apparently, devs plan to implement the logo customization for clothing.

Other costumes and gear may come later in PUBG.

Han Kim's words echo the dev blog video (featured below) Bluehole put out towards the end of a year ago, that discussed tattoos and clothing logos. If this is the case, given PUBG's lively and healthy player base, it'll be interesting to see what the community comes up with. For example, the interactions would be simple adjustments, like having your shirt tucked into your trousers, or letting it out normally. From full suits of armor to new chest plates, and backpack skins, a myriad of new cosmetics should make their way onto PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in the future, though there's no idea when we will see the new content. Earlier this year at E3, the developers announced that the game would be coming to Xbox One by the end of the year, and to Playstation 4 sometime after that.

This feels more important than in a lot of other games because in PUBG, your character spends a fair amount of time nearly-naked and punching for survival. According to Steamcharts, Bluehole's battle-royale title has managed to top Grand Theft Auto V and has climbed in the 4th place of Steam's games with the highest peak player count of all time.